Current record: 8-1-4
NIRSA National Tournament Qualifier
The Wolverines went into the MASC Regional Tournament as a number one seed with a tough schedule ahead of them for the weekend. In their first match, the boys took B1G Ten rivals, Northwestern, to a 0-0 draw. Later that day, in what was a do or die game for Michigan, the Wolverines faced Miami of Ohio. After a tense 70 minutes full of chances, the boys took a 1-0 lead from a penalty kick converted by Marco Schwiebert. A vigilant set of Wolverine defenders and goalkeepers kept it locked down in the back as the boys pulled off a 1-0 win to advance to the regional semi finals.
The following day Michigan played another B1G Ten rival, Wisconsin. After taking a 1-0 lead through a Jacob Kunnath first half goal, the Wolverines ultimately fell to the Badgers 2-1.
Under the impression the boys were out of national contention, it looked as if the Wolverines season was over. However, due to a series of fortunate results, Michigan managed to qualify for the NIRSA National Tournament as an at-large wildcard bid do to a superb regular season.
The boys travel to Phoenix November 16-18.